On June 3-4, the Uzbek-Russian International Medical Forum is being held in Samarkand. The Forum was attended by the Russian delegation headed by the Minister of Health of the Russian Federation M. Murashko, rectors and professors of leading medical universities of the two countries, representatives of leading specialized medical centers, heads of large pharmaceutical and medical companies, representatives of the diplomatic corps.
The Uzbek-Russian International Medical Forum has become a new stage of cooperation between the countries. A number of important issues related to the expansion of international medical cooperation were discussed here. In particular, special attention was paid to the development of medical education within the framework of bilateral cooperation between countries.
In particular, today the medical universities of the republic train personnel in the bachelor's, master's and clinical residency programs in joint educational programs together with Russian medical universities.
At the conference, a group of Russian specialists was awarded the badge "Excellent Health Worker of the Republic of Uzbekistan", letters of thanks and the titles of honorary professors of universities in Uzbekistan.
In particular, Alexander Fedorov, rector of the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University (Kaliningrad), was solemnly awarded the title of "Honorary Professor" of the Samarkand State Medical University.
At the forum, the rector of Samarkand State Medical University Jasur Rizaev signed memorandums of cooperation with a number of Russian universities and medical institutions. Among them, in particular, the Altai State Medical University, the Ural State Medical University, the Russian Academy of Additional Professional Education and Medicine, Medinvest Group LLC, First Moscow State Medical University by Sechenov, Bashkir State Medical University, National Medical Center for Surgery named after A.V. Vishnevsky, Russian University of Peoples' Friendship named after. P. Lumumba, Moscow Center for Rehabilitation. The signed bilateral memorandums open up new opportunities for educational and scientific cooperation between partners.
Press service SamSMU